More on FAFSA

One more thought on FAFSA

22 January 2014 by Roy Southil

Montana students can now get free help to complete the FAFSA. Read more

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Scholarships and financial aid for Indian citizens and residents

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FAFSA: Have you applied?

It’s never too late to apply

22 January 2014 by Roy Southil

Read more on the first steps in Fafsa

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University of Texas San Antonio to host FAFSA workshops

University of Texas San Antonio to host FAFSA workshops at Main and Downtown campuses

20 January 2014 by Roy Southil

University of Texas San Antonio will host Student Aid San Antonio from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m., Saturday, Jan. 25 in the Business Building Computer Lab (2.01.20).

FAFSA Wednesdays

FAFSA Wednesdays workshops will be held at University of Texas San Antonio every Wednesday from Feb. 5 through March 12.

Timings

At the Downtown Campus, the events will be 10 a.m.-noon in Student Financial Aid and Enrollment Services in Frio Street Building Room 1.504.

At the Main Campus, the events will be 2-4 p.m. at the first-floor computer kiosks outside Student Financial Aid and Enrollment Services in the John Peace Library.

Students should bring the following documents to submit the 2014-2015 FAFSA in addition to parent or spouse information if applicable:

2013 (preferred) income tax return or 2012 tax return
2013 W-2 form and other records of money earned
Birthdate, Social Security number, Alien Registration number, Texas driver license
FAFSA PIN
Record of child support paid or received
Record of taxable earnings included in Adjusted Gross Income
Bank statements, stocks, bonds and other investment records; and business, farm and real estate records (not including the home you live in)

For further info:

For more information, contact Lara Crouch, UTSA Office of Student Financial Aid and Enrollment Services, at 210-458-2803.

UTSA FAFSA web page

Federal FAFSA web page

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How to complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA)

How to complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA)

20 January 2014 by Roy Southil

Sixty-three percent of college and university students receive an average of $7,400 a year to help pay for education.
Free event are held at numerous locations throughout the United States to help students learn how to get thousands of dollars to pay for college education.

Students and their families will learn how to complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA), the form that is required to apply for federal financial aid for higher education. Students will receive complete instructions for successfully completing and submitting their FAFSA. Other helpful information on selecting college and courses also will be available at most venues. Contact your college financial aid officer or counselor for events and dates.

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